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Constitution Day-September 17th

School House Rock- Constitution Preamble

 Constitution Day from the National Constitution Center
-Includes awesome video from The History Channel
Naturalization Test
 Try to answer a sample of the questions people seeking American citizenship must answer to pass the government’s naturalization test.
 Which Founding Father Are You?
Discover your inner founding father in this fun interactive game.

Bill of Rights Game

Help Restore the Bill of Rights
 Biographies on the Founding Fathers
 Download the full Constitution as a pdf file
 Explore the Constitution
Interactive description of what the constitution means.
Middle School/High School

 Centuries of Citizenship:
A Constitutional Timeline
The Centuries of Citizenship: A Constitutional Timeline is an online experience highlighting some of the key dates and events that mark more than 200 years of our constitutional history. These timeline entries, taken as a whole, tell the evolving story of the U.S. Constitution and the continuing role that it plays in our lives.
 10 Fast Facts on the Constitution
Which Founding Father would you vote for?

 Treasure Hunts
Test your knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, Supreme Court, Articles of Confederation, Founding Fathers and Declaration of Independence!

Choose one of the following five Treasure Hunts to print out and then search to find the answers.

 What is your Constitution IQ?

10 Quick Multiple Choice Questions
 Real or Fake?

20 Questions about the founding fathers
 Constitution Day Webquest
 iPad App

Clint Bagwell Consulting
Constitution for iPad App
Offers free copy of the constitution

The Library of Congress preserves valuable federal records, including documents from the 
Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention of 1774-1789
Liberty Day is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to educating young Americans 
about the contents of the U.S. Constitution. Its website features a variety of resources, including a 
teacher’s packet with lesson plans. Contact Ohio coordinator Don DeVault of the Ohio Lions 
Clubs for assistance in planning your school event
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence include information from more than 30 federal 
agencies on teaching and learning, with topics including the U.S. Constitution
The National Constitution Center is an independent, nonpartisan and nonprofit organization 
dedicated to increasing public understanding of, and appreciation for, the U.S. Constitution, its 
history and its contemporary relevance

The National Archives and Records Administration celebrates Constitution Day by presenting 
related activities and lesson plans